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D.Rusher

#9587

De-panel | 15 September, 1999

Looking for a manual machine to de-panel with the panels held by 60mm tabs. Each panel hold multi-boards consisting of different shapes and sizes. Scoring is apparently not an option and volume does not dictate a large scale machine.

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Scott S. Snider

#9588

Re: De-panel | 15 September, 1999

| Looking for a manual machine to de-panel with the panels held by 60mm tabs. Each panel hold multi-boards consisting of different shapes and sizes. Scoring is apparently not an option and volume does not dictate a large scale machine. | Try CAB Technology 978-392-3459 They have a pneumatic tab cutter Also I have used a Greenard press with special tooling to punch out tabs. This worked well for low volume.

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Earl Moon

#9589

Re: De-panel | 15 September, 1999

| | Looking for a manual machine to de-panel with the panels held by 60mm tabs. Each panel hold multi-boards consisting of different shapes and sizes. Scoring is apparently not an option and volume does not dictate a large scale machine. | | | Try CAB Technology | 978-392-3459 | They have a pneumatic tab cutter | Also I have used a Greenard press with special tooling to punch out tabs. This worked well for low volume. | | If you don't want a cutter, try a manual router with templates as they're much kinder to boards and cheap - with a lifetime warranty from Sears.

Earl Moon

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Rob Jankowski

#9590

Re: De-panel | 16 September, 1999

| | | Looking for a manual machine to de-panel with the panels held by 60mm tabs. Each panel hold multi-boards consisting of different shapes and sizes. Scoring is apparently not an option and volume does not dictate a large scale machine. | | | | | Try CAB Technology | | 978-392-3459 | | They have a pneumatic tab cutter | | Also I have used a Greenard press with special tooling to punch out tabs. This worked well for low volume. | | | | | If you don't want a cutter, try a manual router with templates as they're much kinder to boards and cheap - with a lifetime warranty from Sears. | | Earl Moon | We use a wand depanel machine for high volume depaneling applications. Depanel dies average around 12K (not including the cost of the equipment)

Rob Jankowski

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Rob Jankowski

#9591

Re: De-panel | 16 September, 1999

| | | | Looking for a manual machine to de-panel with the panels held by 60mm tabs. Each panel hold multi-boards consisting of different shapes and sizes. Scoring is apparently not an option and volume does not dictate a large scale machine. | | | | | | | Try CAB Technology | | | 978-392-3459 | | | They have a pneumatic tab cutter | | | Also I have used a Greenard press with special tooling to punch out tabs. This worked well for low volume. | | | | | | | | If you don't want a cutter, try a manual router with templates as they're much kinder to boards and cheap - with a lifetime warranty from Sears. | | | | Earl Moon | | | We use a wand depanel machine for high volume depaneling applications. Depanel dies average around 12K (not including the cost of the equipment) | | Rob Jankowski | The number for Wand Enterprises is 847-459-2400

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